Socio-economic analysis for economic development planning, marketing, the provision of public services – just to name a few has long been dependent on secondary data from sources such as associations, provincial governments and Statistics Canada and primary data from sources such as interviews, surveys and focus groups.
That said, wouldn’t it be valuable to be able to scan and analyze what people are saying on the Internet and social media about issues that are important for economic development? The Internet combined with the explosion of social media enable customers and stakeholders to establish and share their views on the value you provide within minutes. Customers control magnitudes more of the message than ever.
Our business partner, Confidion Consulting, can help you keep up with your stakeholders and customers via “social and open source internet intelligence “(Social & OSINT).